Happy month of March friends! March is a good one, because it’s one step closer to warmer weather. With St. Patty’s Day only a few weeks away, I have a fun idea to keep you pinch proof:
I love a good statement ring, and I love an edible statement ring even more. Since shamrocks are the iconic symbol for St. Patrick’s Day, a shazamrock can only be a step up from a shamrock don’t you think?!
To make a shazamrock, you’ll need green ring pops, green and gold paper hearts and mini glue dots. Pick up a few green ring pops next time you are out shopping. It’s a good idea to buy a few extra just incase one of them is broken when you open it at home.
For the paper hearts, I made a bunch of different paper hearts out of green, and glittery green and gold papers. I used this paper hearts punch cutting die and ran it through my CuttleBug. I sure like my Cuttlebug for small projects and for using up scrap pieces of paper.
I’ve always had chubby digits, so a good statement ring is a nice distraction for me if you know what I mean. 😉
Okay, so here’s the fun part, you can make your shazamrock ring however you’d like. You can mix and match hearts and make it as glam or as simple as you’d like, get creative! These would be a fun kid craft at a St. Patrick’s Day party. To adhere the paper hearts to the plastic base circle, I used mini glue dots.
*Looking for more St. Patrick’s Day ideas? Here’s a few of my favorites: